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- Well worth a visit for cricket fans. Interesting collection of cricket memorabilia. The lady in charge was extremely helpful.Written 1 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A very interesting display of all sorts of stuff. Their connection with the town and its story was described really well. The indigenous girls school display is very moving. The volunteer guides were friendly and enthusiastic. Gold coin donationWritten 24 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- As a cricket nut it was an excellent thing to do. The information on each bust is interesting. The busts are of varying quality - Wendy Black is very talented.
If you go there at the moment take insect repellent. The rains and the inability to mow the grass has made it a mozzies paradise.Written 13 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I loved browsing through this shop, I could have spent hours here. I look forward to coming back if i'm coming through town again.Written 30 May 2021
- Graat benue for many things but on a hot Wednesday morning to watch a movie in air-conditioned comfort is bliss !!Written 4 March 2018
- A very easy to find place and is on the must do list for anyone into cricket. Take a bat and ball just to say you’ve done it at the big stumpsWritten 6 March 2021
- This church being at the end of a street is REALLY eye-catching. The first Roman Catholic was built in 1870. The Foundation stone of the current church was laid on 8 February 1916... but that would also explain why there is a memorial to fallen soldiers on the gate... it was built in that era where the war was taking place.
Behind it in the Catholic school grounds is the original Catholic Church built in stone in 1870.
You cannot help but find the size of this church a bit overwhelming... it's now over 100 years and is a serious statement piece particularly because of when it was built.Written 7 November 2022
- This park has a playground, toilets, barbecues, picnic tables and shady areas. Albert Park also features a cricket oval and war memorial. It is located opposite the Cootamundra Visitor Information Centre and Heritage Centre.
The war memorial is very extensive and I spent a lot of time reading through the lists of names. The central piece is a marble column, with a gilded honour roll with the names of those who served in WW1 inscribed into the sides of the base.
There is also a Wall of Remembrance, bearing multiple plaques and honour rolls for the Second World War and subsequent conflicts.
There is also an Allepo Pine from the original Lone Pine on Gallipoli grown nearby.Written 7 November 2022
- The Foundation stone was laid by John Wilson McClintock on 10 June 1936. The building is early English Gothic design. The architect for the project was F Purvis of Cootamundra and the successful tenderer for the construction was Frank Mitchell, a local builder and an elder of the Church.
The scheme for the new building commenced in reality when the Mackay family, who were early settlers in the Wallendbeen district, donated the material in their wonderful old home “Granite House”. Immediate steps were taken for the demolition of the old home and carting the stone to the site, on land procured from the Dickson estate.
Which explains where the stone came from for this beautiful church. The church appears to be still used every Sunday for a service at 09:30.Written 6 November 2022
- There are lots of quality hand crafted and knitted items for sale here.
We purchased a few of them as gifts while visiting here.
The ladies here area lot of fun, have a good joke and keep on knitting while relating life stories.
A very interesting place to visit, even if you are not purchasing anything, the conversation and friendly atmosphere here will keep you entertained.Written 24 December 2014
- Oh no guys, this joint is really stuck in the 70's/80's
Game show on TV with all 20 blokes watching it. A few Aussie flags hanging around the bar.
All I can say is the world has moved on but not Coota, worth a look if you want to see how the Aussies lived 30 years ago.
Let me saddle up my horse and head off to the next watering hole.Written 11 April 2016
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